In-Season Training for High School 100-m Sprinters

by Alexander McDaniel, PhD, ATC, LAT, CSCS and Lindsey Schroeder
NSCA Coach February 2020
Vol 6, Issue 4

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This NSCA Coach article focuses on the in-season resistance training and mobility exercises designed for the 100-m sprint track and field high school athlete.

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Alexander McDaniel completed his undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. He also has a Masters and a Doctoral degree in ...

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